Ghanaian youth attacker Zak Ansah could leave Charlton Athletics on Tuesday

English-born Ghanaian youth attacker Zak Ansah could seek a loan move away from English Championship side due to lack of regular playing time. 

Ansah, 20, has made just a single bench appearance for the Addicks since joining them last summer as a free agent after leaving Arsenal.

He moved to The Valley with high hopes of gatecrashing the first team squad but since his move, he has been limited to reserves team games.

The former Ghana U20 triallist left Arsenal last season after spending seasons growing through the youth ranks at the Emirates Stadium.

No club has officially approached Charlton to take him on loan but it is likely he would head to the League One to a club where he would secure regular playing time.

Charlton acquired Ansah on a two-year-contract last summer with Development Squad manager Jason Euell praising his quality.